How to Reopen Recently Closed Tabs in Safari on iPhone or iPad Running iOS 11
Most times when I am browsing Safari I close all the tabs before I close the browser. However, there may be times when I want to check page which I recently viewed and since I have closed the tabs, I use a pretty effective method to open recently closed tabs in Safari on iPhone or iPad running iOS 11.

However, before we proceed, the option to quickly open all recently closed tabs in Safari has been around for a while now. However, if you have never come across this feature before, read on to learn how to use the feature on your iOS device running iOS 11.

How to Reopen Recently Closed Tabs in Safari on iPhone or iPad Running iOS 11

  1. First off, open the Safari app on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 11.
  2. Next up, tap on the tabs button at the bottom right corner of your screen.
  3. Now, tap and hold on the plus (+) button at the bottom centre.
  4. On the screen that comes up next, all recently closed tabs will be listed.
  5. Look for the tab you would like to access and tap on it to open it.

That’s all.

Wrapping Up

Safari remains my favourite browser both when I am on iOS and on macOS. One of the reasons I love the browser so much is that it is both enormously secure and efficient.

With iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra, Apple’s web browser has become competent and is better than it ever was. It now allows users to prevent cross-site tracking. Also, you can use Safari to tell sites not to track you.

One of my favourite features of the Safari on the new iOS 11 is the ability to save reading list items from iCloud for offline reading automatically.

Your Turn

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